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Frequently Asked Questions on Gift Taxes Frequently Asked Questions on Gift Taxes. English; More In File. Individuals ... For 2018 and 2019, the annual exclusion is $15,000. ... It is also acceptable to send a written request to the IRS to secure a gift tax transcript. This method should be reserved for taxpayer's that do not have record of ...

www.forbes.com/sites/ashleaebeling/2017/10/19/irs...

April 2018 Update: The IRS announced that the 2018 federal estate and gift tax limit is $11,180,000, based on inflation adjustments. That's per person, thanks to the December 2017 tax overhaul, so ...

www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/gift-tax

The gift tax is a tax on the transfer of property by one individual to another while receiving nothing, or less than full value, in return. The tax applies whether the donor intends the transfer to be a gift or not. The gift tax applies to the transfer by gift of any property. You make a gift if you ...

www.mlrpc.com/.../irs-increases-annual-gift-tax-exclusion-2018

UPDATE: Updated numbers related to this article can be found in our more recently released article, Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Overview of Provisions Affecting Individuals. The IRS has announced that the annual gift tax exclusion is increasing next year due to inflation. After five years of being stuck at $14,000, the exclusion will be $15,000 per recipient for 2018 — its highest point ever.

www.irs.gov/.../whats-new-estate-and-gift-tax

The computation of gift tax payable (Line 7 of Form 706) uses the IRC section 2001(c) rate schedule in effect as of the date of the decedent's death, rather than the actual amount of gift taxes paid with respect to the gifts. With the top bracket tax rates decreasing from 55 percent (in 2001) to 35 percent (in 2010), and then increasing to 40 ...

smartasset.com/retirement/gift-tax-limits

The annual gift tax exclusion is $15,000 for the 2018 tax year. (It was $14,000 for the 2017 tax year.) This is the amount of money that you can give as a gift to one person, in any given year, without having to pay any gift tax. You never have to pay taxes on gifts that are equal to or less than the annual exclusion limit.

www.moneycrashers.com/gift-tax-rate-rules-exclusion-limit

Gift taxes, in all but the rarest of circumstances, are paid by the person who gives the gift. You can give any individual a gift up to the federal gift tax exclusion amount without having to file a gift tax return to report the gift. For the tax years 2018 and 2019, the annual exclusion amount is $15,000.

www.ssacpa.com/irs-increases-annual-gift-tax-exclusion-2018

IRS Increases Annual Gift Tax Exclusion for 2018. The IRS has announced that the annual gift tax exclusion is increasing next year due to inflation. After five years of being stuck at $14,000, the exclusion will be $15,000 per recipient for 2018 — its highest point ever.

elder-law.com/estate-and-gift-tax-thresholds-set-increase-2018

Gift tax rules are confusing. The federal government has not mandated that gifts over $15,000 ($14,000 until the 2018 change) are prohibited, or even taxed. It’s just that a gift tax return has to be filed for larger gifts. Although a gift tax return may be required, it is unlikely that any gift tax will be due. Estate and gift tax thresholds ...

blog.taxact.com/gift-tax-do-i-have-to-pay-gift-tax-when...

Gift tax is not an issue for most people. The person who makes the gift files the gift tax return, if necessary, and pays any tax. If someone gives you more than the annual gift tax exclusion amount ($15,000 in 2018), the giver must file a gift tax return. That still doesn’t mean they owe gift tax.